September 2015 When a Portland Magazine story is printed, its life is just beginning. It lives forever in the present tense and awakens with the touch of a new reader. […]
Baked goods and pastries rise to an art form in the city that first swooned over croissants 20 years ago.
While the world hunts David Driskell for his opinions about the Cosby collection on exhibit at the Smithsonian, he drops a hint with us, in Maine.
Singer songwriter Jonathan Edwards makes his home in Maine.
Photographic artist Aaron Priest captures all the light the rest of us cannot see.
New York artist Richard Estes turns his exacting style on…us.
Collecting fine art is not just for Mellens and Guggenheims. In Portland, you might find something you love–and can afford–at your neighborhood bistro.
A few weeks ago, during a casual search of the Boston-based Skinner Auctioneers site, I bumped into a list of rare documents headed for the block.
The royal treatment: A brief history of Maine’s knights of the realm.
Terlingua Brings lots of Latin flair to the hipster end of Washington Avenue
A glass palace in the Old Port finds magic in the flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Viewed from the street, Evo seems like a small corner of Portland’s Hyatt Place Hotel,…
The Boathouse Bistro Tapas Bar & Restaurant in Boothbay Harbor is neither a typical bistro nor a tapas bar. For one thing, the menu lists more than 80 dishes. Prices are modest to…
Another Bayside winner near the Post Office.
Snappy new Isa boasts original metal ceilings, gorgeous wainscoting, and classic black and white mosaic tile floors. Thirsty for a deal as well as an…
Marriott treats with distant shores, transpontine allure.
With 300 seats, extraordinary TIQA in the new Marriott Hotel on Commercial Street has just sailed into port with an exotic…
Bonheur on Wharf Street
Follow the cobblestones to the city crêperie.
Wharf Street in Portland is magical on this night as we cross the cobblestones, casting…